"Fried runs her own company, Adafruit Industries, which sells
unique and fun do-it-yourself kits to help consumers make gadgets
such as backup iPod chargers, green power monitors, and
programmable displays for bicycle wheels. She also hosts an
Internet video program called "Citizen Engineer" that provides
step-by-step instructions to help consumers build and alter their
own home devices.
"Harri Hursti discovered gaping vulnerabilities in the widely
used optical scan voting machines manufactured by Diebold Election
Systems in 2005, in collaboration with the Leon County, Florida,
Supervisor of Elections and elections watchdog group BBV. The
"Hursti Hack," as his breakthrough became known, brought about
far-reaching scrutiny of voting machine hardware and software.
Research conducted in other states confirmed numerous systematic
flaws and led to the decertification of thousands of faulty voting
machines. Hursti is currently Chief Technical Officer of the Clear
Ballot Group, a Boston company that builds tools to rigorously and
transparently verify election results."
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